This is a really stupid question but I need some help here.

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by shelby2001, May 19, 2003.

  1. shelby2001

    shelby2001 <font color=99CC99>Always thought "I'm a Believer"

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    Just found out today that my DD will need to be wearing night time leg cast, do I put these in my carry on? Should I get a Dr's note about these? I'm not sure how to handle this any help would be great.
     
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  3. GoldenOldie

    GoldenOldie DIS Veteran

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    Your question isn't stupid at all. Definitely put them in your carry-on. You don't want to risk not having them in the event your luggage should be lost or delayed. A doctor's note shouldn't be necessary but it certainly wouldn't hurt to have one.
     
  4. DisneyVillain

    DisneyVillain <font color=green>On a quest for lime green duct t

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    I don't get it. Why would you think that is a stupid question?
     
  5. Pat_Elliott

    Pat_Elliott <font color=blue>Kimberly's proud papa!</font><br>

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    Me too. That may be the most intelligent question I've seen in a while!

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  6. shelby2001

    shelby2001 <font color=99CC99>Always thought "I'm a Believer"

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    Well thanks all for telling me this is an intelligent question, I've been thinking would it be ok for me to wrap them in bubble wrap and place them in my carry on, or should I wait for the security screen and then wrap them I don't want the casts or the bar inbetween the legs to get broken and the DR says going 9 days without them will defeat the purpose so I must bring them with me.
     

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